Our Intern Program
Our 10 week Summer Intern Program includes the following:
- Business critical projects and problems to solve, with the opportunity to produce high-impact work
- Highly personalized mentoring
- Weekly lunch seminars with senior managers across all teams
- Opportunities to participate in charitable events
- Finance days hosted by other financial institutions
- Social events
Technology Production Engineering Internship
Tens of petabytes of data; tens of thousands of cores across compute clusters; infrastructure landscape that spans public cloud, private cloud, VMs and bare metal deployments; microservices, containerized applications, alternative data sets, and real-time streaming data pipelines; globally distributed teams and 24/5 trading systems processing terabytes of data each day. Are you ready to join us and help maintain stability, scalability, and performance of our most critical systems?
Marshall Wace is looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic Technology Intern to join our global Production Engineering team in New York. In this role you will help engineers troubleshoot distributed, real-time systems, automate operational workflows, capture and analyze performance metrics – and do that using cutting edge open source, enterprise, and proprietary tools. You will interact with engineers in our New York and London offices as you solve problems that directly impact our business users. You will learn from some of the best technicians in our sector, allowing you to become an outstanding IT professional. To be successful you must be an innovative problem solver with a passion for technology.
Students of all undergraduate levels are welcome to apply. Successful applicants share the following traits:
- STEM Major with strong academic credentials
- Strong communication and problem-solving skills
- Intrinsically motivated with the ability to perform in a fast-paced environment
- Desire to learn new technologies
- Interest in financial markets
- Experience with at least one, and preferably several of the following programming languages: Python, Ruby, JS, Java, C++, C#
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted to our application portal via Greenhouse.
Applications will be accepted until 15 October 2021, and must contain a resume and detailed cover letter that indicates the role for which you are applying. We encourage you to apply early as assessments will be made on a rolling basis.
If your application is shortlisted you will be invited to participate in a telephone interview before further steps of the process, which will include role-specific assessments and in-person interviews in our New York office. Decisions will be made no later than 1 November 2021.